8 RV Parks near Richwood, Ohio
Jun 2011 - $10.00
Primitive sites available on the NW side of Richwood Lake adjacent to the ball diamonds and the community park itself. Essentially a parking spot with a fire ring. Located next to the swimming beach and walking trail. Can walk to the park or to the local school for lots of playground equipment. No water or electric. Only 4 spots that are 1st come 1st serve. - BNickel
Oct 2016 - $32.00
The campground was under new ownership for the 2016 season. We have a seasonal site. The new owners have cleaned up the park and remodeled the bathrooms. There is new playground equipment, kayaks and paddle boards with life vests provided. Adding arcade games in rec room for 2017 season. Live bands on Holiday weekends. There are so many activities for my kids! We love it!! - virgomel
Aug 2015 - $45.00
Terrible dirt road to enter, dust bowl. Slow and unprofessional reception by teenager, then unable to park RV on assigned lot for a half hour due to employee car parked on it. After parking , rinsed dust off toad windshield to be able to drive and was promptly told "no washing of car". - Yooper17
Jul 2015 - $37.00
The park is off the beaten path and very quiet. The staff is friendly and helpful. The park appears to have seen its better days with a lot of long term campers in need of a good cleaning, repair, and picking up. Broken golf carts and other equipment scattered around the campground that are just mowed around v/s removing. It has a very nice lake but again the beach is need of clean up and repair. The park has been under new management for the past 5 years so it is difficult to know what condition it was in when purchased and how much has already been done. It would appear that management is relying on the long term sites to keep money flowing. The campground is close to some of our grandchildren and we would like to return but I doubt that we will. Sad, it has great potential and we wish the new management success! - VietVet
Apr 2017 - $14.00
We were looking for a place to stay in the general area open in early April to break up a long drive. We're self contained and don't use the facilities. This is a very nice campground. The 'pod' layout created generally large campsites, some shaded, others in full sun, some private, others within site of others. Most were level with a paved parking pad. Our pod had electric only sites and a bath house. There's water and a dump station near the park entrance. Rates are $28 per night with 50% off for Passport America. There's no wifi. Verizon and ATT coverage was ok. The park is self service early in the season. - dsvt
Sep 2016 - $16.00
This state park is very nice. We stayed here 5 nights and the park is quiet, clean and the facilities are well kept. Our site had a fire ring and picnic table. The roads are paved and the sites are as well. All of the sites are back in only, but they are very spacious in width and length. There is no water at the site, or sewer, but there is electric and a dump station. The only downside to the park is the rude staff that works in the entry booth to the park. She deliberately keeps the lights off to make it appear that the office is closed during working hours. If you need to purchase anything or renew your reservation you will have to stop and go in the booth, even if it looks closed. Despite that, we would definitely stay here again. - Perfection expected
Jul 2016 - $27.00
Very nice state park. There are a lot of things that need attention, but we really like this park. There is a lot to do here. Tis a a very large park. Just needs to have some new shower houses and the roads resurfaced. - jemerson
Jul 2010 - $30.00
Very well kept park. Mostly full timers. Grass sites are a little off level but could level the RV OK. Entrance is a long, tree lined lane, but the gravel road is in very good shape. The whole park was groomed very nice. Management is very helpful. Has a small swimming lake and also a small fishing lake. Would definitely camp here again. - darby
Sep 2016 - $25.00
The campground was laid out in a confusing manner. The sites varied in size and were not well defined. Because of this, we continually had people walking through "our space". It felt like a grassy field with folks just camped all around wherever they wanted to. Rigs were faced in all directions at will and folks parked wherever they wanted to on the grass around their rig. Our site was supposed to have a 50 amp service but it kept tripping off. We were told that there was something wrong with our rig. We are full-time RVers and have not had this problem in other campgrounds before or after staying at Pastime. The tree cover made it difficult to get satellite TV. - lauraslytle
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Open April 1-Oct. 31st. Located at the Plain City Fairgrounds. It is generally quiet, but I expect this can vary based on other programs planned during your stay (i.e. music in the park, Steam Threshers Festival, Rod Builders). The following activities are available: playground for children, disc golf course, basketball court, baseball field, short level hiking trail within park, city pool for an additional charge. Staff is helpful and friendly. We will definitely come here again if we are in the Columbus area. - B D HOWie
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Only one spot has sewer. We reserved online, then called to clarify details. There had been an event the weekend before, but only a handful of campers there when we arrived, so we were able to pull through our spot without issue. It's pretty much a large park with hookups scattered throughout. The bathrooms were acceptable, on the cleaner side, but the shower was a bit scuzzy. I like the quiet setting, though no gate, and it's a public park so anyone can drive in and around. Jan and Tony's Pizza delivers here, and there's a nice little bowling alley just down state road 42, next to the Dutch Amish restaurant, Der Dutchman. Don't follow phone directions to Park Street, enter from N Chillicothe St. - RVBlessings
Apr 2017 - $41.00
This state park is very pretty and clean. We stayed in one of the full hookup sites and had no problems with them. The site was very level and long enough for our mh and tow car. The park is loaded with poison ivy so we walked our dog on the paved roads to avoid exposure. The showers had nice hot water and great pressure, but frustratingly, there is no place to put shampoo etc. Also the curtain didn't cover the whole opening. We enjoyed the stop and would stop at this park again. - Travelindog
Mar 2017 - $30.00
Trees need trimming lots of "roof scrapers" on the way in. Night time campfire smoke was real bad. - GraySeal
Sep 2016 - $30.00
1.Online campsite map deceiving. The lake is beautiful but access to it a bit rough.
Carry your fishing gear down narrow path twist and turns along with drop offs.
2. We are in for a 4 day stay. Think I caught the same turtle twice."humor".
Stink bugs,,,,,,lots and lots of stink bugs.
Campsite are pretty level and spacious. Very clean.
Unless you are in good shape and like to fish. Otherwise don't get a site by the lake. Better off to save a few bucks and drive to boat launch area to fish. Other than that. Nice park except for a lot of stink bugs getting all over your rv.
Don't think we'll be back though. - Dan Brown Sr
Nov 2016 - $35.00
I stayed at this campground just for one night on my way from Michigan to North Carolina. This is a full-service, full amenities campground. There's a pool, I think there were tennis courts, play areas, a beautiful walking trail and a real check in building with some camping necessities and I believe even some light food. Check in was accommodating. They took me to my site and told me to let them know if I needed anything. The site was very unlevel so I called the office and asked if I could be moved to a more level site. Instead they came and helped me level my trailer. They said that of the sites that they had available that was about the best they could do. I did get an off-season discount of $35. This was higher than most of the places I stayed on my trip for off-season rates, but given what they had to offer and their overhead it was appropriate. They had full hook ups, as well as Wi-Fi. I think they had cable but I didn't use it. I was able to bring in lots of local channels. One of the things I like the best was their long nature walk. It goes into the woods around the campground, and was a good half hour walk and was a great start to the day before we got on the road again. The sites were very close together. It looked as though they were putting up a big Christmas display which made it kind of fun. - Donna In GR
Sep 2016 - $40.00
This is a real nice park. Staff went way beyond good customer service. Even let us pick out our site. Nice large site - utilities worked well. Wifi was typically slow. Appears about half are permanent sites but are all nicely landscaped without all the "stuff" that you often see. Was nice and quiet too. - padre
Sep 2016 - $38.00
Probably the nicest campground we have ever stayed in after nearly 40 years of RVing. It has won "National ARVC Campground of the Year" four times and it's easy to see why. Rural in nature, it has excellent wifi, over the air TV channels (about 15-20), well-maintained and plenty to do. If you're in this area, you won't be disappointed. - hughdogg6